Below are the 2017-2018 Alabama hunting season dates (on a single page). Dates are valid through August 31st, 2018. Check out the 2017-2018 Hunting & Fishing Digest – which contains this year’s requirements, fees, bag limits, and season dates. Why? Because the DNR makes this info hard to find.
I love a good flow chart. So a few years ago, (while I had a cold) I was looking through our medicine cabinet at all the different pills and syrups and was a bit confused by all the claims on the boxes.
Determined, I did some research on what the best (over the counter) medicine was for each symptom. So, while laying in bed getting over a cold, I came up with the following information and flow chart. Continue reading “The Cold Flowchart”
It happened so fast. One minute we’re watching contractions on the monitor, the next we’re prepping for a c-section. In just 40 weeks and 31 minutes, Tara and I went from expecting to holding our precious little girl. Continue reading “Hello Chloe Grace”
This was my second WordCamp (of any kind), the first being WordCamp San Francisco just a few weeks ago. I wanted to list out the key differences between camps: Continue reading “WordCamp Birmingham was…awesome”
Most of you know we just moved. I was very happy with Charter in Montgomery. We had 3 brand-new HD-DVRs each with 1TB drives, 30/4Mbps un-throttled Internet that would burst to over 60Mbps, plus over 100 HD channels (all with excellent picture quality). Best of all, I didn’t pay any silly fees. I paid for the channels, premium channels, Internet, and only $14.99 for all three DVR’s. Total, I was paying $188 a month with Charter. Continue reading “Yup, I think it’s time to ditch cable. Buh Bye Time Warner.”
In January 2010, I started as Chief Engineer at Bluewater Broadcasting. The new job required me to move to Montgomery, Alabama (about 2 hours from my son Chase). It’s been a very difficult 3 years, 5 months, and 19 days – not only for me, but Chase as well. Continue reading “Living Next Door To The Ex-Wife”
Since August 27, 2007 I’ve been chained to my very “How To” centric blog. For 5 years, 8 months, and 21 days 90% of my content has been about how to help others “do things” with code. The other 10% have been rants or raves about geeky-web-designer stuff.
That ends today. I have completely wiped the database and done a fresh install of WordPress.